There are Two ‘L’s in Woolly

Have I ever told you how the name, The Woolly Pedlar (take note of the spelling) came about? We’ve always been lovers of music festivals in this family, and when I was thinking about setting up this little business, I had the idea of powering a sewing machine at festivals by bike power. That is how the name the Woolly Pedlar was born.

IMG_2298I put the name, Woolly Pedlar into Google and found a small knitting business, The Woolly Pedler – with an ‘er’. So I looked in the Oxford Dictionnary and found that this was the American spelling, and I should use Pedlar, with an ‘ar’ being British. Unfortunately for the lady with the ‘er’ this now meant that I came before her on the Google page. I am truely sorry for this if you are that lady and are reading this.

What I was not prepared for, were the amount of folk who get the spelling completely wrong! So much so, I have bought the domain names of ‘Wooly Pedlar’ , ‘Wooly Pedler’ and other misspellings.

There are two ‘l’s in Woolly!!! I mean to say, if you write the word ‘real’ and change it to ‘really’ there are two ‘l’s. The same for usual – it becomes usually! I don’t know if it is the ex teacher in me, but I must admit to finding just a little bit annoying.

So, if you’re looking down the google tube for me, please remember, there are 2 ‘l’s on Woolly.

 

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